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Schedule of Weekly Classes

 

 

Upcoming events this week of February
Wed 19
6:00a
Daf Yomi Class
"Page of the day" - each of the 2,711 pages of the Babylonian Talmud is covered in sequence
7:00a
Shacharis
Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday
8:00a
Parshas Class
Immediately following Shacharis
6:30p
Bat Mitzvah Class B
Offered in three concurrent sessions on Mondays, Wednesdays or Thursdays. FHJC offers an exclusive program for pre bat mitzvah girls that runs once a week for 1-½ hours. The program helps the girls understand their roles as young Jewish women and the ways that they can contribute to their community and feel special as they grow into adulthood. Through discussions, songs, stories, field trips, speakers and hands on activities, the program addresses questions, such as “What does it mean to become a bat mitzvah?” “How do the choices we make affect our future? The program culminates with a beautiful luncheon for the girls and their families, where each girl delivers a short speech on what she learned through the program.
Thu 20
6:00a
Daf Yomi Class
"Page of the day" - each of the 2,711 pages of the Babylonian Talmud is covered in sequence
6:50a
Shacharis
Monday/Thursday
8:00a
Parshas Class
Immediately following Shacharis
11:00a
Torah Themes with Rabbi Elie Karfunkel
Rabbi Elie's class on the weekly Torah portion is a portal into the most fundamental and important lessons in Jewish thought.
4:00p
Shabbat Music Class Thursday
Thursday session includes 11 classes, $165 per child/ $245 for 2 siblings
6:30p
Bat Mitzvah Class C
Offered in three concurrent sessions on Mondays, Wednesdays or Thursdays. FHJC offers an exclusive program for pre bat mitzvah girls that runs once a week for 1-½ hours. The program helps the girls understand their roles as young Jewish women and the ways that they can contribute to their community and feel special as they grow into adulthood. Through discussions, songs, stories, field trips, speakers and hands on activities, the program addresses questions, such as “What does it mean to become a bat mitzvah?” “How do the choices we make affect our future? The program culminates with a beautiful luncheon for the girls and their families, where each girl delivers a short speech on what she learned through the program.
8:00p
Learn And Earn
Amazing one-on-one learning program where teenagers learn with a mentor about any Jewish topic of their choice! Participants receive $10 for each session and enjoy free sushi every week.
Fri 21
6:00a
Daf Yomi Class
"Page of the day" - each of the 2,711 pages of the Babylonian Talmud is covered in sequence
7:00a
Shacharis
Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday
9:45a
Shabbat Music Class 1 Friday
Friday sessions include 12 classes, $180 per child/ $270 for 2 siblings
10:45a
Shabbat Music 2 Friday
Friday sessions include 12 classes, $180 per child/ $270 for 2 siblings
5:38p
Mincha Service
Winter Friday Night Mincha
5:38p
Candle Lighting
8:15p
Scholar in Residence - Harry Rothenberg Esq.
Oneg Shabbos at the Karfunkel Residence followed by a special lecture on Shabbos. Harry Rothenberg is best known for his successes in the courtroom on behalf of victims of catastrophic injury. Harry studied at Ohr Sameyach yeshiva and is equally passionate about speaking on Jewish topics. A graduate of Harvard, magna cum laude, Harry has been involved in major wrongful death cases. Come see why he is called the "coolest lawyer in America"
Sat 22
Shabbos Mevarchim
Parshas Shekalim
Parshas Mishpatim
8:00a
Daf Yomi Class
"Page of the day" - each of the 2,711 pages of the Babylonian Talmud is covered in sequence
8:40a
Parshas Class
Parsha Class
9:00a
Shacharis
Shacharis
11:00a
Scholar in Residence - Harry Rothenberg Esq.
Oneg Shabbos at the Karfunkel Residence followed by a special lecture on Shabbos. Harry Rothenberg is best known for his successes in the courtroom on behalf of victims of catastrophic injury. Harry studied at Ohr Sameyach yeshiva and is equally passionate about speaking on Jewish topics. A graduate of Harvard, magna cum laude, Harry has been involved in major wrongful death cases. Come see why he is called the "coolest lawyer in America"
5:29p
Mincha Service
Mincha
6:47p
Havdalah
Sun 23
7:00a
Daf Yomi Class
8:00a
Shacharis
Shacharis
8:45a
Halacha Class
Explaining Jewish law catering to all different levels of knowledge
Mon 24
6:00a
Daf Yomi Class
"Page of the day" - each of the 2,711 pages of the Babylonian Talmud is covered in sequence
6:50a
Shacharis
Monday/Thursday
8:00a
Parshas Class
Immediately following Shacharis
6:30p
Bat Mitzvah Class A
Offered in three concurrent sessions on Mondays, Wednesdays or Thursdays. FHJC offers an exclusive program for pre bat mitzvah girls that runs once a week for 1-½ hours. The program helps the girls understand their roles as young Jewish women and the ways that they can contribute to their community and feel special as they grow into adulthood. Through discussions, songs, stories, field trips, speakers and hands on activities, the program addresses questions, such as “What does it mean to become a bat mitzvah?” “How do the choices we make affect our future? The program culminates with a beautiful luncheon for the girls and their families, where each girl delivers a short speech on what she learned through the program.
8:30p
Monday Night Men's Learning
Come study together. Work one on one with other members or in a group to deepen your Jewish learning. Sushi & refreshments provided.
Tue 25
Rosh Chodesh Adar
6:40a
Rosh Chodesh Shacharit
Rosh Chodesh
7:45p
Live 2 Give - Boys
Take your community service experience to the next level. Engage in meaningful, fun and sociable work while helping make a positive impact on the lives of others. Create a social Jewish network while servicing your community. For high school boys (grades 9-12). Activities include delivering food to needy families; making blankets for children in South Africa; jewellery making for sick kids; volunteering at charity events, and much more. *The program is free of charge
7:45p
Live 2 Give - Girls
Take your community service experience to the next level. Engage in meaningful, fun and sociable work while helping make a positive impact on the lives of others. Create a social Jewish network while servicing your community. For high school girls (grades 9-12). Activities include delivering food to needy families; making blankets for children in South Africa; jewellery making for sick kids; volunteering at charity events, and much more. *The program is free of charge

 

 

 

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Wed, February 19 2020 24 Shevat 5780